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2012-06-05 04:20:02
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It depends what your voltage is and how much your electricity costs.

Assuming you are running standard residential voltage and your electricity costs 10 cents per kilowatt-hour. 1 Amp would cost you 1 cent per hour or 29 cents per day or $105 per year.

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